Orange World Project

THE #BIMUN COMMUNITY JOINS THE UNITED NATIONS AND THE REST OF THE WORLD IN THE CAMPAIGN TOWARDS ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN.

The #ORANGETHEWORLD2021 campaign is a global phenomenon which calls to every global citizen to take actions towards ending violence against women. As part of the efforts to draw public attention to the urgency of ending violence against women and girls through #orangetheworld campaign, the BIMUN Team lit Babcock University in orange colour on Sunday, 5th December 2021.

The goal of the demonstration as part of our corporate social responsibility was to raise
awareness that can enhance the safety and security of women, young persons and other vulnerable populations on Babcock campus and beyond. It will inform and inspire our stakeholders as we seek to address one of the defining challenges of our time.

“We all have a role to play in preventing violence against women everywhere”, says BIMUN Executive Director, Samuel Chukwuemeka Chiemela.
We listened to the voices of our young women led by a Mass Communication student- Ologbela Temilade, the Babcock University Students Associaltion’s {BUSA} Public Relations Officer (Main Campus): Okafor Chisom (200 level Student of Department of History and International Studies) Olisa Precious (200 level Student of Department of Political Science) Mbawike Kelechi (200 level Student of Department of Computer Information Technology) demanding an end to violence against women and girls including the Public Relations Officer of Babcock University Students’ Association.

The BIMUN Team will adopt this project as an annual tradition.

#OrangeTheWorld
#OrangeBabcock2021

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July 17 - 22, 2022

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